The BitDepth column written by Mark Lyndersay.
Commentary about current technology events, trends or developments.
Press releases from technology related vendors, clients and developers.
Old reporting that’s relevant again
Brief notes and reports on technology developments in Trinidad and Tobago.
Reporting on technology matters.
Stories that include video clips
Conversations of interest
“FinTech T&T is to be a non-profit organisation with the mission to “help transform Trinidad and Tobago into a leading regional FinTech hub.”
Once a deafblind person has learned Morse Code, the app can translate taps on the screen into words and interpret responses as vibrations on the screen.
Republic Bank has bought a 19.99 percent stake in Nobis BaaS
Winners receive publicity from the T&T Chamber’s media partners for the event, Music Radio 97 and OCM as well as a $10,000 customised business package from award sponsor, Bmobile.
Some limited distribution of postal codes is underway in areas that have had them assigned.
The speed and efficiency associated with these hacks, their claims on Zone-H and subsequent tweets suggest a surprisingly well-oiled engine of destruction and despoiling.
Business ratings agency Moody’s has downgraded Digicel and changed its outlook for the telecommunications company to negative.
US chip and component makers who lost a significant market for their products applauded the move, which will allow the resumption of some product sales to Huawei.
It’s good to see Huawei making an effort to establish more direct communication with its users and seller ecosystem.
“Striking a mutually beneficial and win-win agreement serves the interests of China and the US and meets the expectations of the world.” – Song Yumin
United Way and Massy Stores are collaborating on e-waste collection this Sunday (May 26, 2019) at the Massy Stores locations in Maraval and Gulf View.
“…services like Google Play & security from Google Play Protect will keep functioning on your existing Huawei device.” – The Android Team
Facebook’s aggressive development of the WhatsApp platform essentially supplanted the role of BBM for a new generation of mobile phone users.
Samsung celebrated a successful ten years since it first introduced the S series smartphones in Trinidad and Tobago.
“Our smartphones are now essential tools in our daily lives,” said Gracia Whyte.
Microsoft bought the phone assets of Nokia in 2015 for an estimated US$8 billion.